Written by: Karmella Haynes. CSHL 2014 instructor Karmella Haynes was selected as The Scientist magazine’s December 2013 “Scientist to Watch.” “In 2011, at the Fifth International Meeting on Synthetic Biology in Stanford, […]
Posted by: Karmella Haynes. CSHL Syn Bio 2014 instructor Karmella Haynes is giving a talk on Synthetic Chromatin for Engineering Multicellular Systems at the National University of Singapore (NUS) on […]
We are now accepting applications for the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Summer Course in Synthetic Biology. Please visit the Cold Spring Harbor site for details on how to apply: http://meetings.cshl.edu/courses/2014/c-synbio14.shtml.
Written by: Karmella Haynes This morning, Megan Palmer, a bioengineer turned policy researcher, lead a discussion that turned the group’s focus outward to community and policy. The overarching question was […]
Written by: Karmella Haynes This morning we heard from Dan Gibson, the developer of the widely popular synthetic gene assembly technique “Gibson Assembly,” and a key member of the team that […]
Written by: Karmella Haynes Yesterday, our 16 students broke the ice by summarizing their lives and scientific work in two PowerPoint slides each. It was wonderfully efficient! The instructors (Dave, […]
Written by: Karmella Haynes Today marks the moment that the still-burgeoning field of synthetic biology joins the ranks of paradigm-shifting projects that have been born from sandbox explorations at Cold Spring […]